Neofeudalism II: The Ontology of Power and the Clash of Civilizations

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I. Prologue: Dumezil and the Trinitarian Society

Institutions and Lateral Mimesis

The Family and Vertical Mimesis

Institutions and Horizontal Mimesis

Natural Hierarchy and Defector Incentives

II. Property Law and the Ontology of Power

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A Medieval property map. Note the organization of ownership is far more important than the geospatial accuracy of the map.

Defining a Title

Origins of Metaphysical of Ownership

Core Ontological Characteristics of a Title

III. Dumezilian Narrative Competition in a World of Titles

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Athena, Athens, Argentum

Defector Incentives in a World of Competing Narratives

Down-Title Traction and the Clash of Civilizations

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